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FRANCA C: 1914 - Tissue deck plan

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Costa Line: A fold-out (17" by 24") deck plan from the 1970s for FRANCA C, one of, if not the, longest lasting ocean-going ship ever.

Six decks are shown, beginning with the spacious Sun Deck with its large pool area and ending with a sliver of B Deck where former immigrant cabins where crammed into the bow.

The ship debuted in 1914, the same year as the AQUITANIA and VATERLAND. She started off as Mallory Line's MEDINA. After WW2 she was rebuilt into the immigrant ship ROMA. At age 38 in 1952, when most of her contemporaries had long since been scrapped, Costa rebuilt the ship as the FRANCA C for South American service. In 1959 they rebuilt the ship again for cruising, and that is the ship you see here.

When Costa finished with the ship in 1978, she was bought and converted into the floating library and missionary ship DOULOS. Now, at age 106, she is a high and dry in Indonesia as a resort hotel.

Excellent condition.

$18.50
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